Monday, July 21, 2014

Personal Clip Chart and Behavior Management Plan

When it comes to behavior management in our classrooms, we are all different.  What works in my classroom might not work in yours. No judgements here.  I've used the "pull card" system since I started teaching.  It's worked for me and it's been fine, but I am ready for a change. I've always loved clip charts because they are cuter...haha! WELL- actually I wanted my students to be accountable for their behavior on more of a personal level and I didn't want it displayed in the classroom for all to see (if you do display it, THAT IS OK! I promise!).  So... I decided to make personal clip charts for my students and I thought I'd share them with you!

I have my students keep their personal clip chart UNDER their desks (I use magnet tape on the back with a piece of book tape over it for durability and they magnetize the chart on the bottom of their desks)!  I bought mini clothespins on Amazon

This personal clip chart will help your students stay accountable for their behavior (all while keeping it personal and not displaying it for all to see). This pack expands past just the clip chart and provides you with a whole behavior plan!

This pack includes:

*Personal Clip Charts (3 versions)- Customizable
*Behavior Report (student)- Full page
*Behavior Report (student)- Half page
*Behavior Report (teacher)- Customizable
*Student Behavior Report Binder Cover
*Red Clip Report Form
*Behavior Plan Note (4 versions)- Customizable
*Behavior Punch Cards

You can check it out {here}

Also.....  We've got a few different things on sale (3 days) for Christmas in July!

It's all about MATH!!!!


Saturday, July 19, 2014

3rd Annual Teacher Blogger Meet Up Linky!!! {And a Special Giveaway!}


Our Teacher Blogger Meet Up was a HUGE success!! It was loud, it was crazy, and it was a completely full house, but that didn't stop us from having an incredibly fun time. 

We took over 200 pictures of the event and there's no way to showcase them all, but here are a few snapshots of the night.

It was so fun getting to meet some of our online bloggy friends for the very first time! Plus, we got to meet so many teachers from all over the country - we even had teachers from across the world!!
(Shout out to our friends from Spain and Australia!)

*To see more pictures from the meet up, visit the 

Here are the wonderful ladies who made this meet up possible and helped us line up such amazing sponsors.

(Not pictured: Kathleen Pedersen)

Besides meeting such amazing bloggers and teachers, the best part of the meet up was all of the amazing prizes that were donated from our sponsors! 

Here are all of our generous friends who offered prizes for our meet up:


Thank you to everyone who came to this event! We appreciate everyone who was able to come and mingle with us. We're already thinking about next year's meet up, so start saving your money for next year's Vegas meet up!!

Feeling sad that you couldn't join us this you? Wishing you could win some of these fabulous surprises? 

Well... as a special treat, we are giving away two gift cards from  another awesome sponsor! Erin Condren has donated two $50 gift cards! Enter the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win!

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Did you attend the Meet Up? 
Have you blogged about it?
If so, please add your link to the linky below! We'd love to read about everyone's experiences and fun memories of the night!

Holiday Units

All of our Holiday Themed Packs are on sale for the next 2 days (Saturday and Sunday) for our Christmas in July Sales!


And please don't forget to check out the sales each of our other Blog Hoppin' friends are having!!

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Christmas in July - Sale #2 - Common Core Checklists

For round 2 of the Christmas in July sale, we are showcasing our popular Common Core Galore Checklists and our Student Data Checklists. 

Our Common Core Galore Checklists are available for grades K-6. If your state uses the Common Core State Standards, then these babies are a MUST OWN! Simply print them out and put them in a binder, and your entire year will be easier to map out, plan, assess, reteach and check off!

Click each picture to check them out!



Here's an example of how these checklists can help you organize and teach the Common Core:

Next up are the Common Core Data Checklists (also available in grades K-6). These are different from our Galore Checklists because these ones are student-centered. You simply use our editable template to type in each students' name, then as you teach each standard, you can asses each student and keep track of their progress on each common core standard and objective! {Your principal will be amazed to see you tracking each of your students!} 

These are perfect for report cards, RtI, data for PLCs, or to give you detailed information for your small group work.

Kindergarten Data Checklist:

1st Grade Checklist:
1st Grade Combined ELA and Math Data Checklist

2nd Grade Checklist:
2nd Grade Combined ELA and Math Data Checklists

3rd Grade Checklist:

4th Grade Checklist:

5th Grade Checklist:

Just enter in each student's name and start recording your data. (There are multiple ways to record and we have provided some examples for you, but really you can do it however you want).

Some of you have asked if this goes well with our Common Core Galore Checklists and the answer is YES! I use BOTH every day!  These checklists are used for my gradebook and the CC Galore checklists are used to keep track of when I teach what.

To check out each of our Christmas in July sales, click the graphics below!

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